Ah, yes! My mother has one of these, and for no reason that makes any sense, it is commonly called "mock orange" here. It does smell wonderful.
I have one of these in my backyard. It was mixed up with the plant I bought (two plants in one container) and I had planted it and noticed two different plants. SO I have to dig it up that fall and transplant them both. Over here we call these "mock orange" I guess because it is like an orange blossom. The flowers are beautiful when opened and much like those in your wild orange plant photo.
It's very pretty Patrizia...I wish I could smell it!
I can smell this from here! It is beautiful!
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